Firearms Laws, Charges and Defense in Massachusetts

Firearms Laws, Charges and Defense in Massachusetts

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14 Comments

  1. Allen Stevens on January 26, 2023 at 1:35 am

    Need an Ltc a or the Ltc b for a revolver. The Ltc b isnโ€™t issued anymore. Fid card only allows non large capacity long guns shits absolutely unconstitutional.

  2. 4catsnow on January 26, 2023 at 1:35 am

    Numerous states have gravitated to "Constitutional Carry"..negating the need for the permit system….Lawmakers in these states grew weary of fielding questions from voters that asked why a Constitutional Right had been converted to a heavily restricted,, often times "paid" privilege…The police in the town we live usually process a renewal on a carry permit in 7 minutes.for the paperwork, .due to the fact they are less than reluctant to answer a question like that.

  3. Arthur Smith on January 26, 2023 at 1:36 am

    It is known that the criminals can out power the police. Jesus they have AK47s. Itโ€™s part of the business

  4. Modern Day Pharo on January 26, 2023 at 1:38 am

    The Bruen decision has to affect the Lautenberg amendment which bans people for misdemeanor offense right?

  5. Rodney K.B on January 26, 2023 at 1:41 am

    Why is there music in the background that made the video horrible

  6. renegadethedestroyer on January 26, 2023 at 1:54 am

    Not even in your own home?

  7. Waldemar Marchesi on January 26, 2023 at 1:58 am

    I’ll bet the criminals follow that law to the tee.
    They now know how to out arm themselves , while the law abiding citizens can barely own a gun bigger than a bb gun

  8. paul radenk on January 26, 2023 at 2:02 am

    This is why gun laws in the U.S. are unconstitutional. Where you can carry, how you can carry, what arms you can carry, how much ammo or types of mags you can carry???
    If the militia i.e. the people i.e. national guard i.e. national reserve i.e. military, et all, were to be called– would the ppl show up with muskets or ar15’s & ak47’s? Would the gov’t issue muskets or ar15’s and variants– m4’s & m16’s?
    So they can’t ban ar15’s. That would be unconstitutional, violate the 2nd Amendment. The ppl would show up with their own arms, so gun confiscations and regulations on nfa items not being able to cross state lines or not able to be passed down to our children, or allowing someone else to take each others arms i.e. if someone is killed ir is injured, you would take their arms & munitions from the battle field, possessing others nfa items is a felony & illegal if they’re not present. So those laws are unconstitutional.
    Would the gov’t want, or would the ppl show up with a fixed magazine or a magazine with a 10rd capacity, or,, with a 30rd mag capacity? The answer is simple, they would issue 30rd mags and they wouldn’t be fixed mags or limited to 8 or 10rds. So they can’t ban 30rd mags or make detached mags illegal or fixed mags, that would be unconstitutional, violate the 2nd Amendment.
    Would the gov’t issue or would the people show up with stabilizing braces or stocks? Stocks gives you the adjustable length of pull, more stability and accuracy than a pistol brace. So undermining effectiveness and accuracy, would be unconstitutional because it undermines the militias/people’s effectiveness i.e. a uniformed and regulated militia.
    Well Regulated, when the constitution was written meant uniformed. I carry a parts kit. Springs, extra firing pin,, extractors, triggers and trigger kits, batteries for my lights and lasers,, so if a well uniformed & Regulated militia was called, our ar’ and ak’s would have interchangeable parts, parts kits, stocks, magazines, firing pins, triggers and extractors, we all have the same ammo, same batteries for accessories, etc. If someones firearms went down & became disabled, we would be able to interchange parts and parts kits to get their arms back up and in the fight. So the gov’t couldn’t ban any parts, parts kits or accessories, as it would undermine a uniformed & regulated militia and violate the 2nd Amendment– which would be unconstitutional, thats Treason to undermine and make less effective our preparedness and readiness, the militia is necessary to the security of a free state, and any regulations or laws undermining that is aiding and abetting the enemy…
    If we had suppressors that lowered the decibel levels & reduced flash, we could share them amongst each others rifles or sbr’s, example: if someones firearm went down, I’d give them parts or parts kits to get their arms back in the fight, and they would pass me their suppressor to reduce or eliminate flash until their arms are back up and ready, and return his suppressor back to them or take them from the battlefield if they lost their life, we could use these suppressors uniformally on our firearms, making them uniform between our weapons platforms via same thread pitch and quick detach hosts, would make it unconstitutional to ban or regulate arms and accessories, even suppressors, because it would again, undermine a uniformed & Regulated militia, making these laws and restrictions unconstitutional.
    The argument we’ve been fighting wrong has been about criminals using them; and not about what a well Regulated and uniformed militia i.e. the people, the national guard, military, would use and show up with if called to defend the security or a free state or American…

  9. Daywalker on January 26, 2023 at 2:09 am

    Thank you

  10. Steve USN on January 26, 2023 at 2:24 am

    Now explain how Mass defines a bump stock as a machine gun but won’t let you possess one even if you have a machine gun license

  11. Josh of all trades Gendron on January 26, 2023 at 2:26 am

    If a police officer sees a buldg on your hip of an owb holster does suspicion of him thinking you have a gun give him articulate reasonable suspicion to search you or your vehicle?

  12. Arthur Smith on January 26, 2023 at 2:28 am

    ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚LTC. Mandatory one year in jail. Ooooh the criminals are frightened now.

  13. Hillarys 30,000 Emails on January 26, 2023 at 2:30 am

    This video is just blatantly stating things that arenโ€™t true in regards to fix restrictions.

  14. Arthur Smith on January 26, 2023 at 2:30 am

    People always think one maybe two people break into your home. Donโ€™t be surprised when you start seeing 5-10 – 15 criminals all at once in your home. Just like they are doing in the stores. Take you and your family right over. Did I scare you? I meant too. Now grow some balls and get a gun. Protect your family. The license for the gun forget it. You can plead you didnโ€™t shoot anybody because you donโ€™t have a license for a gun so how could you.๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

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